Vigilante Slaughter comes under attack from Duncan, a local money launderer whose hit-man traps Slaughter in a car at a cliff, but Slaughter escapes, arms himself, and goes after Duncan's hideout.
The mob put the finger on Slaughter...so he gave them the finger right back--curled tight around a trigger!
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The original score, composed and performed by James Brown & Fred Wesley, has been erased from all current versions of the film in the US. In its place is a poorly constructed temp score featuring source music from other 1973 era American International films such as "Coffy." See more
It was made known that Slaughter is being pursued because he killed some gangsters in Mexico. In the previous film Slaughter chased them into South America. See more
[Slaughter is about to leave
Is there anything I can do for you?... Give you a lift?
Yeah... Lock the place up when you leave.
The 2001 VHS and DVD releases by MGM remove the original score, due to copyright problems, and replaces it with a different soundtrack medley cobbled together from other AIP blaxploitation titles. See more
Referenced in The Cinema Snob: Shaft
How Long Can I Keep It Up
Sung by Lyn Collins See more